Know these common natural plants? Bet you didn't look at the little white one. I ignored it too, at first.
I know, I know, I fooled around with ya last week, but this time I mean it. The UT AG Extension office on Midland Road in Shelbyville will be the site of the festivities, 2105 Midland Rd, to be specific. It will start around 6:30 but some of us drift in late so 6:31 will be fine. :-)
We will be discussing one of our favorite subjects to hate, WEEDS! But instead of just talking about pulling them or hoeing them, we are going to look at alternative uses that just might make them not so weedy after all.
If you have one that needs identifying, bring it with you, except the poison kind. If you are not sure, bring it with gloves or better yet, ask it to smile and bring us a picture.
Some of us will probably know it by some name or t'other and we will use our friend the internet to figure out friend or foe. Of course, if it is growing all around your prized rose bush, we know some of the answer. It's in the wrong place.
I doubt that we will suggest you transplant it, since I would bet there is plenty of it around, but we may find you can use it for some other purpose than the compost pile, although that is a good one.